Baylor Girls Earn Personal Bests At Southern Showcase

Saturday, September 18, 2021
At the John Hunt Running Park, 71% of the Baylor girls' cross-country team ran personal bests at the regionally important Southern Showcase Cross Country Invitational in Huntsville, Alabama. Baylor’s top five were led by Mae Mae Powe & Addi Greene as the team finished 18th of 31 teams in the Championship division. Betsy Williams & Allison Royal paced an 11th place finish  (of 42) in the Blue Division. Ella Grace Lazenby & Kate McCallie led a 6th place finish (of 27 teams) in the Crimson Race.
Next up for the lady Red Raiders will be the McCallie Invitational on 
September 25th

  1. Mae Mae Powe.         18:48
  2. Addi Greene.              19:19
  3. Laney Fowler              20:33
  4. Addison Johnson        20:40 
  5. Helen Webb                21:34
  6. Betsy Williams            21:38 
  7. Allison Royal               21:45 
  1. Charlotte Ann Haddock   22:00 
  2. Mallory Alling                   22:24 
  3. Ella Grace Lazenby         22:43
  4. Maddie Perry                   22:44
  5. SK Oliver                         22:46
  6. Kate McCallie                  23:13
  7. Claire McCracken           23:14 
  8. Natalia Forato                 23:30
  9. Sophia Glover                 23:35
  10. Aidan McRorie                23:46
  11. Grace Burks                    24:34
  12. Ellie Myers                       24:39
  13. Caroline Dart                   24:58
  14. Morgen Newton               25:05

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PREP RESULTS: Football Finals

McCallie Cross Country Team Wins Alabama Race


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